Parkinson’s Symposium for Allied Health professionals & Nurses
Thursday, 16th June 2022

UPDATE: The Parkinson’s Symposium for Allied Health professionals & Nurses has been rescheduled to Saturday 5th November 2022. 

The symposium will bring together Australia’s leading Parkinson’s clinicians and academics to discuss recent discoveries and promising pathways for a better understanding and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease and provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and cross discipline collaboration.

In addition, there will be an event for people living with Parkinson’s or caring for a loved one.

Health Professionals

Primary Health Network invites you to join this fantastic day and evening of
education & networking:

  • Education for Allied Health & Nurses, including
    Allied Health & Nursing Students
  • Evening – Dinner & Entertainment for Specialists, GPs,
    Nurses, Allied Health & all Practice Staff are welcome

Where: Mercure Hotel, Scully Park, Kent St, Tamworth
When: Saturday 5th November 2022

Download the full program here

Allied Health & Nurses Education: 8.30am – 3.30pm,
$40 per person ($60 if you attend both education & dinner)
per person.

RSVP: Book Your Ticket Here

Health Clinicians Dinner: 6.30pm – 10.30pm (open to all
Health Clinicians & their staff), $40 per person.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Dr Stephen Duma (Neurologist)
  • Clyde Campbell AM (Founder Shake It Up Australia Foundation)

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If you are living with Parkison’s or caring for a loved one then come along to this event and hear from leading speakers on a variety of topics.

  • Current & emerging treatments
  • The importance of physiotherapy as medicine for people with Parkinson’s
  • The creation and achievements of The Shake It Up Foundation in supporting Parkinson’s research
  • The effectiveness of a multidisciplinary care approach
  • The importance of exercise and physical activity in slowing the progression of Parkinson’s disease

Where: Mercure Hotel, Scully Park, Kent St, Tamworth. When: Saturday 5th November 2022, 9.00am – 12pm
Cost: Free (Lunch & Morning tea provided).

RSVP: This is a FREE event but please register your attendance

Event Program